MHS Alumni Basketball event returns Nov. 29th

The Morrisville High School Alumni Basketball event will return on Saturday, November 29th, from 5:00 to 9:00pm, at the High School, 550 W. Palmer Avenue, Morrisville. Admission is $10, $5 for kids, and children under five are FREE.

Tickets can be purchased in advance from Jonah Moore for $5. Contact Jonah at 215-500-6759 or e-mail iamjoecool2@gmail.com.

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Wanda Badilla is three-time poster art winner

by Peter Prime

On September 24th, Wanda Badilla was awarded at a Morrisville School Board meeting for coming out on top in a three-tiered poster arts competition that was sponsored by the Links, Inc., an international not-for-profit corporation. The award ceremony took place in the Large Group Instruction Room at Morrisville High School.

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Don’t miss the Thanksgiving Day Pancake Breakfast

The Morrisville Student Loan Fund will host their annual Thanksgiving Day Pancake Breakfast in the Morrisville Middle-Senior High School Cafeteria from 7:00 to 10:00am.

Proceeds benefit Morrisville High School graduates by providing interest free loans and grants for continuing education. Cost: adults (12 and over) $6, children (under 12 years) $4. For additional information call 215-295-4222.

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Kory Figueroa receives national honor

The National Society of High School Scholars (NSHSS) recently announced that Morrisville Senior High School student Kory Figueroa, of Morrisville, has been selected to become a member of the esteemed organization.

The Society recognizes top scholars who have demonstrated outstanding leadership, scholarship, and community commitment. The announcement was made by NSHSS Founder and Chairman, Claes Nobel, a senior member of the family that established the Nobel Prizes.

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Farmer’s Market opens in Morrisville

by Peter Prime

On September 21st, the long wait was over. It was the grand debut of Morrisville Farmer’s Market. This is the first time that Morrisville residents have such a market in their own neighborhood, so took the opportunity to visit the Market.

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Fourth Annual All-Years Morrisville High School Reunion is October 4th

The Fourth Annual All-Years Morrisville High School Reunion will be held October 4th, at a new venue, the Morrisville High School Courtyard/Stage area, located at 550 W. Palmer Street, Morrisville.

This year’s event runs from noon to dusk and features music from DJ Scott Robinson and The First Time Around Band, featuring Joe Palmucci. Both Scott and Joe are graduates of MHS and giving back to their school and community.

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Emily Meyer receives Foundations scholarship

Foundations Community Partnership awarded a $1000 scholarship to Emily Meyer, a senior at Morrisville High School, through its annual Partnership in Education program this month.

Emily ranks second in her class and maintains a rigorous academic schedule, including courses at Bucks County Community College. Her extracurricular activities include the Morrisville High School MS Walk, the Bully Walkathon, Red Cross Blood Drive, and functions at her church.

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Scenes from MHS 2014 Commencement

  1. From left, Jessica Worrell (Valedictorian and class VP), Emily Meyer (Salutatorian), Devon Crist (class President), Brittany Williams (class Secretary), Brittany Ramirez (class Treasurer).
  2. Students lined up outside the auditorium before their entrance.
  3. Members of the faculty, from left, Kevin Jones, Dennis Rodgers, Traci Coley, Sandy Sims, Joe Martino, and Christine Klockner.
  4. The entire class onstage.
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Holocaust survivor shares his memories at MHS

by Brittany Ramirez, senior, Morrisville High School

There was complete silence while David Tuck spoke to the student body of Morrisville High School on May 23rd. The entire audience was captivated and heartbroken for this Holocaust survivor from WWII. For over an hour and a half the humble and humorous gentleman told his story from the time of his birth to when he was released from one of the most infamous concentration camps where he had to lie about his age and become a mechanic in order to live.

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First annual Morrisville Science Fair asks the hard questions

Young scientists could be seen all over the Morrisville Intermediate/Senior High School cafeteria demonstrating their projects to family, friends and judges. Through the funding of Morrisville School District 21st Century Community Learning Centers and the PTO, the first Morrisville Science Fair was held recently. Thirty-two students in the third through sixth grades showed off their science experiments.

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